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(PN Review 239) Letters And So It Goes
Letters from Young Mr Grace
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(PN Review 239) the Fat Black Woman
In Praise of the Fat Black Woman & Volume
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(PN Review 244) A Lyric Voice at Bay
(PN Review 121) On Judging Prizes, & Reading More than Six Really Good Books
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Tuvia Ruebner was born in 1924 in Czechoslovakia, and in 1941 emigrated to Mandate Palestine as a member of a pioneering youth movement. Ruebner is a prolific poet and the author of a widely acclaimed memoir, published in Hebrew and German. He is the translator of his own works and those of other Hebrew writers, including the Nobel Laureate S.Y. Agnon, into German, and the works of the German masters into Hebrew. He is the recipient of a Konrad Adenauer Award for 2012.
Tuvia Ruebner's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry.
Poetry Collection in PN Review 205 (2012) Four Poems (translated by Betsy Rosenberg)